Mendocino CA: Mendocino Historical Research, Inc., 1986. Pamphlet. 38p., printed double-column on alkaline paperstock and illustrated with many b&w period images and photographs, two facsimile line maps; first edition magazine in 11x8.5 inch pamphlet-style wraps, an entirely clean, sound, unmarked copy.
The so-called 'reservation was a creature of the 1850s, riddled with graft, the residents kidnapped, raped and abused. Should some flee to unpopulated areas they were deemed 'wild' and hunted down by the military. All 'wild' people had by 1864 been exterminated.